(oo.bur.SEK.shoo.ul) n. A heterosexual man who is masculine, confident, compassionate, and stylish. —adj.
ubersexuality n.

Example Citations:
The phenomenon of the ultra-groomed metrosexual man, such as David Beckham, 30, is over.

Now men have to be ubersexual — more macho but still in touch with their feminine side, like Jamie Oliver, 30.

Ubersexual comes from the German word for "above" — meaning such fellas are expected to be above just being merely sexy and need to be a complete gentleman to boot!
—Jon Lipsey, "Are you man enough?," Daily Star, September 15, 2005

Men are trying to be metrosexual, ubersexual, gay vague — where the lines are blurred and they are trying to adapt. At the office, men are adopting a lot of feminine traits. When I started working in the '70s, women couldn't talk about babies, shopping, and now men talk about babies and shopping at the office all the time.
—Maureen Dowd, quoted in Brooke Adams, "Whither the Y?," The Salt Lake Tribune, December 3, 2005

Earliest Citation:
The whole concept of maleness — including dressing, grooming and communication skills — needs a makeover.

Enter the latest buzzword: the Ubersexual and the Age of M-ness.

The new male is unafraid of romance and sensuality, and can talk fine wine or pima cotton shirts and sheets.
—Georgia Lee, "For today's mail, it's time for makeover," DNR, May 9, 2005

First Use:
The descriptor 'uber' was chosen because it means the best, the greatest. Ubersexuals are the most attractive (not just physically), most dynamic, and most compelling men of their generations. They are confident, masculine, stylish, and committed to uncompromising quality in all areas of life.
—Marian Salzman, "The Future of Men," Palgrave Macmillan, September 16, 2005

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